The Honorable Judge William Jennison was born in 1676 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts Bay. He was the son of Samuel Jennison and Judith (Newcomb) Jennison. He was Selectman for ten years between 1727 and 1741. He was Representative to the General Court from 1731 to 1732. He gave the land upon which the first Court House in Worcester was ordered to be built in 1732. He married Elizabeth (Golding) Jennison on June 20, 1700 in Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay. He passed away in about 1741 in 1741 in Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay.
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